Make it glorious

Hime, Gerald J.
September 1996
Teaching Exceptional Children;Sep/Oct96, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p88
Academic Journal
Makes observations concerning the range of emotions that a special education teacher experiences when interacting with handicapped children. Teamwork effort involving all individuals to touch the lives of the youth; Use of different approaches to meed special needs.


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